Bolmimerie by Carlos Salzedo

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  • Spectator
    Bill Van Patten on #219477

    Our Pittsburgh AHS chapter is planning an ensemble and chamber concert on a prominent concert series here and I would love for us to perform Salzedo’s Bolmimerie (for seven harps). But tracking down the score and/or parts has become quite the treasure hunt. If anyone can help, we’d really appreciate it! Thanks!


    Participant
    Laura Brandenburg on #219478

    Hi Bill, how cool that you are doing Bolmimerie! I am guessing it is no longer in print? (Sad, if so…) Did you check AHS Archives in the International Harp Archives? Perhaps it is one of the pieces that has been scanned for the digital archive project.


    Participant
    Gretchen Cover on #219479

    I did a quick google search and it appears you may find it via the Australian Music Centre. A CD was made in 2008. I would contact Alice Giles, a member of the Seven Harp Ensemble that recorded the music.


    Participant
    MusikFind1 on #219567

    Copy (not the original parts) at Curtis
    https://roc.curtis.edu/search~S7/?searchtype=t&searcharg=Bolmimerie+&searchscope=7&SORT=DZ&extended=0&SUBMIT=Search&searchlimits=&searchorigarg=tSalzedo+Bolmimerie+

    Author Salzedo, Carlos, 1885-1961.
    Title Bolmimerie : music for a film pantomime / by Carlos Salzedo (1919)
    Pub Info [U.S.?], 1919.
     Spec Coll – Scores  M767.S186 B6 1919  (Harp drawer) — 33351    INHOUSE ONLY
     Spec Coll – Scores  M767.S186 B6 1919  (Harp drawer) — 94649    INHOUSE ONLY
    Descript 1 ms. score (24 p.) + 6 ms parts ; 34 cm.
    Note For harp 7 harps.
    Harp 1B and 1BB notated on the same part.
    “To Adolf Bolm”– t.p.
    Reproduction Photocopy. Philadelphia, Pa. : Curtis Institute of Music, 1977.
    Subject Suites (Harps (7)) — Scores and parts.
    Motion picture music — Scores and parts.
    Add Author Bolm, Adolf, 1894-1951, Dedicatee.


    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #220729

    It is not available from Curtis unless you get permission from the heirs controlling the estate. But there are copies with those who have performed it, and it may be in the public domain, having been distributed and performed, most likely without a copyright designation. I don’t have this one. Check with John Carrington.

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